At the moment, songs bought in the iTunes shop are only "borrowed" within license - something that offers frustrated iTunes customers for a long time.
Willis offers apparently downloaded thousands of dollars worth of tunes and doesn't want them reverting back to Apple in case of his passing away.
The fifty-seven-12 months-aged actor is actually considering lawful methods to challenge the Cupertino terms and conditions, such as setting up a household believe in to keep the music secure for his three kids.
Alternatively he can take Apple to courtroom in order to battle the rules on ownership of down loaded content.
If he's profitable after that it could possess repercussions for the millions of iTunes customers globally. Even though, actually for Bruce Willis, Apple may prove too effective an opponent.
The company currently has the power to freeze an iTunes account if it thinks the user of illegally sharing music.
As well as forever leasing content is not a exercise only at Apple - Amazon has a comparable placement in relation to e-books bought for the Kindle.